To be able to detect and handle different types of errors/exceptions more flexibly, you will need try/catch statements, which however are missing in bash. At least we can mimic the behaviors of try/catch as shown in this trycatch.sh script:
In that case, the input is invalid and the red border color is given. The valid and the invalid styles apply immediately as the user is typing, even when the value is empty. Instant style changes may then throw the users into panic.